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Today, we're going to share tips on how to manage anxiety in social places.
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When symptoms of anxiety begin to rise, your breathing is often the first change that occurs in your body. Breathing exercises can help you slow your breath down. Deep breathing can also greatly help keep other symptoms from escalating, such as rapid heart rate or chest pain.
Seeking out therapy can greatly help you manage anxiety by giving you practical coping tools to use when you get anxious.
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Being positive is contagious. If you have a habit of seeing the world through a negative lens, try becoming an optimist, if only for a day at first. Replace any negative thoughts with more positive alternatives.
There are a lot of things in your life to be proud of. Recognize that you face more challenges than others & that you should feel good about the small accomplishments in your life. Some days you can even feel proud that you made it out of the house. Build on small achievements.
Try breaking out of a rut by leaving your safe zone & taking on those challenges that help you grow as a person. Accept the promotion at work, go back to school for a new career, or start your own business. Follow your passion & your dreams & don't let anxiety stand in your way.
Grounding exercises are things you can do to bring yourself into contact with the present moment – the here and now. You can use grounding techniques to help create space from distressing feelings in nearly any situation.
When learning to more confidently deal with your symptoms in public, set a realistic goal for how long you want to be in a public situation. Be sure to limit the time you're out, take it slow, and gradually work up to longer exposures.
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